Governor Janet Mills’ issued an Executive Order that went into effect on 4/1. Our lawyers have reviewed the Order and have determined it does not clearly prohibit an owner from accessing their timeshare unit. The Board of Directors at this time discourages owners from coming to the property. The business is a nonessential business, and therefore the Management Company is not required to provide services during the time period of this Order, which is currently April 30th but could be extended. The Crown Club, Pool, Health Club, Game Room, Restaurant, and Gift Shop are all closed. Housekeeping is suspended. If owners are on property during their week, they will be charged the normal set-up fee and at the end of their stay a $150 deep cleaning fee. (There will be no daily housekeeping available.) Owners can request a refresh of towels, coffee, toiletries, etc. by calling the front desk and they will be delivered and left outside the unit. Maintenance Services will be available in an emergency only.
The reasoning for discouraging Owner use of their unit is based on the ability of the local healthcare delivery system to deal with COVID-19 – as you know the system is limited and an influx of cases would quickly overwhelm the local hospital.
Thanks for your understanding, and very best wishes to all of you.
Grand Summit Board of Directors